Bull Fries, Not from potatoes! Fair not serving just ordinary fries MADISON, Neb. (AP) -- Potato fries are known the world over. But are Nebraskans ready for bull fries? Jackie Williams of Valentine is the proprietor of the portable Potato Hut at this year's Madison County Fair and Rodeo. She says even when people find out what the fries really are -- bull's testicles -- nine out of ten fair-goers still want to do a taste test. True bull fry lovers can go for a whopping half-pound, 10-piece serving of bull fries included on the menu of the Potato Hut, which Williams co-owns and runs with her husband, Dustin. And there's more than just novelty to the fries, according to Williams. "Bull fries are all beef and one of the leanest meats on the market," Williams said. "They're 100 percent cholesterol-free." The Williams' business got its start when Jackie -- who is also the reigning Cherry County chili champ -- created an innovative meal by topping a potato with her homemade chili along with lettuce, nacho cheese, tomatoes, onions, olives, sour cream and salsa. Thus the Southwest Taco Potato was born and launched the family's business, which keep them on the road from June to mid-October from Cass County to Sidney, she said. The Potato Hut's menu has since been expanded to include other variations on the potato and this year -- bull fries. The bull fries come to the Williams already sliced, breaded and seasoned from a food distributor, Jackie Williams said. "We also add our own, secret, special spices," she said. The Madison County fair ended Sunday, but there will be ample opportunities for Nebraskans to get a taste of the bull fries this coming month. The Potato Hut will be making stops at the Dakota-Thurston County Fair this weekend and the Burwell Rodeo at the end of July.